Obsessed with genome editing, microbiology, or agriculture? Have any interesting hobby or passion? Apply for our science communication summer internship!
We are no longer accepting applications for the Science Communication Internship
We encourage you to check back in Spring 2019 when we plan to open our next round of applications. In the meantime, we are always looking to work with talented undergraduates in an informal, unpaid capacity. If you would like to work with us to showcase your photography, drawing, writing, or any other skillset then please email us at [email protected]
Through this internship, you will develop an in-depth understanding of genome editing and its various applications. You will be provided with resources and a supportive environment to utilize your skills to develop and complete an independent science communication project.
We're calling for original proposals to let you show off your creativity. What do you bring to the table?
How to write a project proposal (250–500 words):
Tips for a strong application: